Warframe Voidplume Pinion, How to Get & Farm

If you want to know how to get and farm Warframe Voidplume Pinion items, you’ve come to the right place. It is the rarest of the Voidplumes, and is therefore a problem to obtain. There is, in fact, only one way to get your hands on this thing, and it’s very specific. That’s why we’ve decided to write this guide and help you out.

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warframe voidplume pinion how to get & farm
Warframe Voidplume Pinion, How to Get & Farm

How to Get & Farm Voidplume Pinion in Warframe

To get and farm Voidplume Pinion in Warframe, you have to find dormant Void Angel statues in missions in Zariman. They can appear in any kind of mission, it seems, but it’s important to stress that they do not drop as rewards for completing, say, a bounty. No, you have to get lucky and find a “sleeping” Void Angel somewhere on the map. Don’t worry, you’ll know them when you see them. Then, you can interact with them by switching into Operator Mode, at which point they will come to life and fight you. The battle itself is not different in any noticeable way from other fights against these creatures. When defeated, they drop a Voidplume Pinion, which is the rarest in this item group.

And, yeah, that’s how you get and farm Warframe Voidplume Pinion. There is no other way to obtain it that we know of, which is why it’s so rare. On the other hand, it’s also the most powerful, granting you a whopping five thousand Holdfast Standing if given to Archimedean Yonta. However, I strongly recommend you don’t do this. Give her more plentiful Voidplumes. Why? Because you’ll need fifteen Pinions to craft Phenmor and Praedos, the Incarnon weapons. Not fifteen for both of them, fifteen each. It’s a very, very valuable resource, is what I’m saying, and the Standing is not worth it. I mean, if you don’t want the weapons, go crazy, but otherwise, hold onto every Voidplume Pinion you get.

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